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Graduate Programs

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Graduate programs through the College of Liberal Arts & Education provide an array of opportunities to hone your knowledge and leadership in a given profession or even to advance on a personal level. Education and Religious Studies programs offer a substantial savings to current educators and members of religious affiliations. Also, graduate programs in Economics, Financial Economics, Computer & Information Systems and Information Assurance are available online and can be finished in one academic year.

Addiction Studies

Computers & Cybersecurity

  • Computer & Information Systems (software management)
  • Dual Degree: MBA & Master of Science in Computer & Information Systems
  • Information Assurance (cybersecurity)


  • Addiction Counseling
  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • School Counseling

Criminal Justice

  • Criminal Justice
  • Intelligence Analysis
  • Security Administration


  • Economics
  • Financial Economics


  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • Educational Administration
  • Special Education - Learning Disabilities
  • Special Education - Emotionally Impaired/Behaviorally Disordered

Liberal Studies

  • Individualized Concentration
  • Education Concentration
  • Religious Studies Concentration


  • Clinical Psychology - doctoral program
  • Clinical Psychology - master's program
  • Industrial/Organizational Psychology - master's program
  • Specialist in School Psychology

Religious Studies

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